Unplug it from the network, if it does not get the fault then go around to each PC (or print server sharing the driver) and delete all the jobs in queue.
That code is a corrupt job in the spooler, until you can delete the job it won't stop occuring, the only other thing is to unplug from the network, change it's IP address and reinstall all the drivers on the clients, which ends up being the longer method.
If it still happens when not on the network, it is likely a hardware failure of the memory.
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